The 101st International Labour Conference is taking place in Geneva

Almost 5.000 delegates from the ILO’s 185 Member States are attending the 101st session of the International Labour Conference, which is held in Geneva from 30 May to 15 June 2012. Each ILO Member State is represented by a delegation consisting of two government delegates, an employer delegate, a worker delegate and their respective advisers. The European Union and the Benelux delegations actively participate in discussions and negotiations at the ILC.

News | 06 June 2012

The 101st International Labour Conference is taking place in Geneva


Almost 5.000 delegates from the ILO’s 185 Member States are attending the 101st session of the International Labour Conference, which is held in Geneva from 30 May to 15 June 2012. Each ILO Member State is represented by a delegation consisting of two government delegates, an employer delegate, a worker delegate and their respective advisers.

The Belgian minister for employment Monica De Coninck and the Luxemburgish minister of Labour, Employment and Immigration Nicolas Schmit, will attend this year’s ILC. On the agenda of the ILC are the possible adoption of a Recommendation on social protection floors, a general discussion on youth employment, the adoption of a plan of action 2012-2016 determining priorities for the eight fundamental ILO conventions and the review of measures previously adopted by the ILC to secure compliance by Myanmar with the recommendations of the Commission of Inquiry.